Kunzea ambigua, commonly known as white kunzea, poverty bush or tick bush, is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is found mainly on sandstone soils in eastern Australia. Growing up to 5 m high and wide, it bears small white flowers in spring. Used in native gardening, it attracts native insects
- Height up to 1-5m
- Dry well drained or sandy soil.
- Tolerate light-heavy frost
- Attracts – nectar eating birds, native bees and other insects
- Uses- erosion control